Nov 8, 2012 4:00pm EST
temperatures as we pick up some of that warmth over the nation's midsection. dallas, texas, right now at 80 degrees. we're not going to see that. but i do think that we'll see temperatures in areas this weekend, early part of next week, just above 70. so 47 to 52 degrees. your evening forecast, clear skies, breezy and mild. and then for tomorrow morning, clear skies. a chilly start. 28 to 36. that northwest wind at 5 to 10 miles per hour. so here's a look at tomorrow's forecast, guys. a great stretch of weather coming our way. look at that. sunshine, finally warmer. breezy. 57 to 61 degrees. now, check out this forecast. now, this is really nice, considering that we've had almost two weeks below average. this weekend, fine weather. great weather. start making your plans now. 72 on sunday. right now, observe veterans day, 73 degrees for a high temperature. can we hang on to that? you'll have to stick around as we take a look at the extended forecast in a couple of minutes. >> autumn makes a comeback. >> yeah. loving it. >> thanks, veronica. >>> still ahead, rehab for addiction to the interne
Nov 12, 2012 4:00pm EST
holiday, in dallas, hundreds lined downtown streets for the annual veterans day parade. a similar scene played out this morning in the military-rich community of virginia beach. it's one of the biggest veterans day parades in the country. still this afternoon we'll introduce you to a local veteran who is literally running across the country to help wounded warriors. >>> this week president obama will focus on ways to avert the so-called fiscal cliff. he'll be meeting with labor and business leaders starting tomorrow. then sit down with congress al leaders friday. top democrats and republicans have until the end of the year to agree on deep budget cuts. if they can't reach a deal, a series of tax increases and spending cuts will automatically kick in. the key sticking point for a compromise is a tax cut for wealthier americans. >> jim, both sides say they're willing to bend. the question here is how far. president obama and congressional republicans are squaring off this week over tax cuts for the rich. and if they can't work out their differences by december 31st, we're all in trouble.